|Full Name:||Marge Piercy|
|Born:||March 31, 1936
Marge Piercy is an American poet, novelist, and social activist.
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- The Feminist Writing Life of Marge Piercy - Ms. Magazine
Marge_smiling A longtime favorite of feminists, author/poet/social activist Marge Piercy wrote a short story, ?Saving Mother From Herself,? that we published in the last issue of Ms. magazine?it's about a women who resists her ...
- Woman on the Edge of Time, Marge Piercy | SF Mistressworks
Woman on the Edge of Time, Marge Piercy (1979) Review by Jack Deighton After her boyfriend died, Consuelo Ramos descended into grief and alcoholism. As a result of the consequent neglect of her daughter (whom she ...
- The difference between prose and poetry?. Marge Piercy | kaiteoreilly
In 1999 Marge Piercy wrote a long feature for The New York Times identifying and expanding upon her processes and sources of inspiration when writing novels and poetry. Moving between poetry and prose is the secret to ...
- Book Review: Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy ...
Book Review: Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy (Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge Selection). Consuelo (?Connie?) is beat up and worn out by life. When she attacks a man to defend her niece from ...
- Making Lists and Catching Up, Marge Piercy and Reading Out Loud ...
This post breaks almost two full weeks of blog silence from me. I simply couldn't write or think it seems, and I was conscious of the potential for my writing here to be overly self-indulgent and maudlin. So it seemed best to make ...
- Phantom Verse and Free: Marge Piercy
A Work of Artifice / The bonsai tree / in the attractive pot / could have grown eighty feet tall / on the side of a mountain / till split by lightning. / But a gardener / carefully pruned it. / It is nine inches high. / Every day as he
- The Low Road by Marge Piercy - UnionBook
What can they doto you? Whatever they want.They can set you up, they canbust you, they can breakyour fingers, they canburn your brain with electricity,blur you?
- In the Department Store, poem by Marge Piercy | silver birch press
Image IN THE DEPARTMENT STORE by Marge Piercy. The women who work at cosmetics counters terrify me. They seem molded of superior plastic or light metal. They could be shot up into orbit never mussing a hair, ...
- A Virtual Walk & Marge Piercy's Braided Lives | mirabile dictu
I have spent most of the week rereading Marge Piercy's Braided Lives, a novel set primarily in Michigan about a woman struggling with studies, sex, leftist politics, and work in the 1950s. (Although I didn't realize this until I ...
- Marge Piercy lecture on Thursday | An und fArrayr sich
This Thursday, April 18, at 7pm, Shimer College is hosting a talk by the novelist Marge Piercy at the Standard Club in downtown Chicago. She will be giving a presentation on her research, including on Sex Wars, her ...
- One of the expendables ? by Marge Piercy - Cape Downwinders
Marge Piercy is the author of seventeen novels including The New York Times Bestseller Gone To Soldiers; the National Bestsellers Braided Lives and The Longings of Women, and the classic Woman on the Edge.
- The Good Go Down by Marge Piercy - Planet Waves
The Good Go Down by Marge Piercy, read by Eric Francis. This is from Piercy's book "My Mother's Body."
- Vida, by Marge Piercy | Me, you, and books
Vida, by Marge Piercy. New York : Summit Books, c1979. A sweeping, gritty novel about the people involved in the radical movements in the USA in the 1970s, told from the perspective of a woman. Marge Percy wrote Vida in ...
- Weekly Reading Out Loud Project: Marge Piercy | Johnbalaya
Over on my poetry blog, this week's Reading Out Loud Project is to make your own reading of Marge Piercy's poem "The Listmaker". Those of you who've followed me for awhile will know that lists and I are not close friends, ...
- A Year of Being Here: Marge Piercy: "Rising in Perilous Hope"
Marge Piercy: "Rising in Perilous Hope". What can I hold in my hands this morning. that will not flow through my fingers? What words can I say that will catch. in your mind like burrs, chiggers that burrow? If my touch could heal, ...